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  • Mikepearson

    What a interesting article … Nice post 23 billion … Wow

  • http://www.essentialwholesale.com Kayla @EssentialU

    It seems if we blink all the options for social media change…thanks for keeping us up to date.

  • Leah

    I always find it interesting reading about Google’s plans to move in on facebook’s territory…

    My feeling is that so many people have invested so much into their own facebook presence that it would be nearly impossible for Google to try to move in and take over. Building up your network of friends, creating lists of friends, creating photo albums etc etc – that takes a lot of work. Who want’s to do it all over again on another platform? What’s the point? Everyone’s already on facebook.

    Good luck Google!

  • http://twitter.com/mpheywood Max Heywood

    I think challenging facebook will be really tough, even for Google…they are just so far ahead in terms of critical mass and understanding of human behaviour…there are only so many networks I want to invite all my friends to join!

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  • http://twitter.com/michelletsang Michelle

    Twitter may drive more traffic than Myspace
    But what does traffic really mean? In the end of the day, are either influential in anyway ?
    Ashton Kutcher drives a lot of traffic, but as this post points out: Ashton Kutcher isn’t influential.
    What if all the traffic on twitter is just as non-influential as Ashton Kutcher?

  • http://www.blogger.com/profile/04123080759557554846 Alex

    This will be a tight duel, I tell you!…..